Originally Posted by mm84321
You don't think endive and baby arugula go together? I initially was going to make it as a composed salad, I just thought it would look nicer to separate the two. How would you have done it? I hear what you're saying, and I appreciate it. I'll try to keep harmony of flavors in mind, regardless of how nice something might look.
It isn't whether I think they go together, it is whether I would want to be eating that, or, for example, the greens around your morel beef, as much as I would want to be eating something else. You are doing a good job with meat, and things look pretty nice, but take more time and more care with your vegetables. There is so much variety out there, and so many good tasting things, especially at this time of the year. Don't treat vegetables like an afterthought. Cook them in interesting ways, combine them to highlight various flavors, etc. Eating isn't just about meat.